Hi from Designer Chris! I am showcasing an August reveal stamp: Basket of Hope. I used the digi version, sized the pre-colored image using my computer and printed it out with my color printer. I die cut the image and started embellishing! Let's check out the card.
I die cut the image. Then, I layered a piece of Super Adhesive Sheets onto cardstock and then die cut another matching label shape to put behind the main image panel. I adhered the image panel over the cardstock piece with the Super Adhesive Sheets. I sprinkled on Hit the Beach embossing powder through the negative spaces and adhered the embossing powder to the Super Adhesive Sheets adhesive that was still showing through. I heat set it and made it all shiny and awesome! I also cut another card panel, swiped Versamark Ink along the edges, and then sprinkled on Spring Willow embossing powder and heat set it. I repeated this for a second layer, then adhered the image panel over it.
This set has some really fun sentiments. I used a digi sentiment which allowed me to size it to exactly the size I wanted. I printed it out then die cut it with a coordinating label die. While the paper was still inside the die (after cutting it), I blended some ink onto the cardstock. Then, I removed the die, and then drew a fine line of adhesive, using the Nuvo Glue Pen Small tip pen. I sprinkled on more Spring Willow embossing powder and heat set it. I also added some adhesive to the "You" part of the sentiment, sprinkled on some Hit the Beach embossing powder and heat set it too. I adhered the sentiment to the card. I wanted a little something more to add a bit more sparkle. So, I rolled on more Nuvo Glue Pen Small tip adhesive to the leaves, and sprinkled on Spring Willow embossing powder and heat set it. I also used the Nuvo Glue Pen Small tip to roll on adhesive to the jelly jar and sprinkled on some Sparkle embossing powder, and heat set that too. This gave a little bit of extra sparkle to the card! As a finishing touch, I squeezed on some Honey Gold Glitter Drops to the edges. Even more sparkle!
I enjoy using digi versions of stamp sets - the pre-colored images are so pretty. I love that I can create whatever size I want, and print out the image and create a card pretty quickly!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a magical day!
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